Definition of 'modus operandi'
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Indeed, their modus operandi often appears to be to maximise that damage. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I think their modus operandi was to look transparent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's their normal modus operandi. The Sun (2016)This modus operandi is one of the main causes of the problems that redundant executives face. Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)The modus operandi is always the same. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It also excluded eight crimes that had been incorrectly identified with an apparent modus operandi. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Home visiting was from the outset the modus operandi of this practice. Taking Child Abuse Seriously: Contemporary issues in child protection theory and practice (1990)But your modus operandi is nowhere near the summit of the ambition you ought to have. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was his usual modus operandi. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They have examined his modus operandi, and are narrowing down suspects. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Indeed, this has become a kind of modus operandi. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Here's what baffles me about this particular modus operandi. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The modus operandi is to send off from each Armenian village day by day as many as the trains can carry. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Rather than hitting back, her modus operandi is to send pictures of cute kittens to trolls in an effort to disarm them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)All the thefts had the same modus operandi (as they say on the telly). The Sun (2008)In fact, as we talked, we realised that the biggest difference in process derived from the character and modus operandi of the boss. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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